A coworker commissioned this "1980's mom and pop video rental store with an emphasis on fantasy/sci-fi." Materials used include polymer clay, balsa and basswood, popsicle sticks, paper, electrical tape, and 3d printed resin. The miniature tv is from Basic Fun and plays Back to the Future clips. There are 153 different films in the store.
Polymer Clay Miniature Cakes
One of my favorite things to make are miniature cakes. These are made from polymer clay. Some include beads or 3D printed embellishments. You can find these for sale on my Etsy store. Customize them for a unique gift!
Vining Cabin at Mutton Hollow
This is a model of Vining Cabin in the Shenandoah Valley. This was a gift for a family member who helps take care of this amazing cabin.
"Hole in the Wall" Office
A friend commissioned a miniature office to be installed in a hole in the wall of his photography studio. This is a 1:24 scale miniature office built to the dimensions of the hole and shipped multiple states away (and thankfully it fit!). The new owner is waiting for a studio guest to discover it on their own.
Ice Cream Shop Book Nook
A 1:24 scale book nook with a tiny ice cream shop. The ice cream was made from polymer clay, and the cones and barstools were 3D printed. I handcrafted the ice cream counter and am just so pleased with how nicely it turned out! I can almost smell it.